Sorry krazykid, I couldn't remember your name
. I have read many of your threads and really appreciate your input/insight on the sight as well as my post.
Quote-I think I prefer the first scape more. I liked the java midground style,
I liked it too, however I have been growing java moss, fern and crypts for a couple of years now and am ready for some new plants. I am hoping the cabomba, wisteria and ludwigia grows in to hide the heater. Also, the line where the ludwigia stops the tall java fern begins going all the way across to the spray bar, where I plan on putting in more spiralis. Infront of the tall java fern is a row of some native looking lidwigia (I saved it from a local school who bought it from a lfs and didn't even have a light on top of their tank).
I have the moss in another tank waiting for everything else to take off. The moss grows like a weed in my tanks. I also plan to put in a carpet plant. Oh yeah, there is a dwarf lilly bulb planted behind the right hand side of the center pieces of driftwood.
A few q's if you don't mind.
How do you do the blue box quotes?
How do you attach a link in a post?
Is there a way to attach the moss back on the driftwood that will keep it tight to the wood?
I have 10k and actinic bulbs in my light fixture, will the plants that I have grow well until the bulbs blow or should I go ahead and replace the bulbs, cost is not a problem?
I am using Excel and Flourish w/Iron, however I am not dosing macros yet. How, important is it for me to start if I only use 130w of my light.